Pictured is Kynlyn Frayer
The Waldron seventh-grade Lady Bulldogs hit the road and headed to Mena to compete in their first track meet of the season. The girls ended the evening with a fourth place overall victory. The other schools in competition with Waldron were Mansfield, Acorn, Mena, Caddo Hills, Cossatot River, and Heavener.
Throwing in Discus with 37.4 feet was McKenzie Owens and with 36.1 feet was Isabel Roberson. For Shot Put with 22.3 feet and 21.7 feet was Annabelle Millard and Lily Woodard.
Jumping in the High Jump for third place was Emma Wilson with 4.2 feet and with 3.8 feet was Alicia Sher. Grabbing second place in the Long Jump was Macie Davis with 12.6 feet and Kynlyn Frayer with 10.2 feet. In the Triple Long Jump in second place was Nora Reidel with 23.11 feet and Kynlyn Frayer with 22.11 feet.
For the 100 Meter Hurdles in second place was Erika Gabel with 20.70 seconds and Maleea Sims with 26.6 seconds. Rachel Page and Maddison Hunt scored a time of 1:22 and 1:38 in the 300 Meter Hurdles.
Making a run for it in the 100 Meter Dash was Macie Davis in second place with a time of 15.26 and with 15.5 was Kynlyn Frayer. In the 200 Meter Dash with a time of 36.03 and 36.33 was Alicia Sher and Rylie Brown. Reagan Adams and Ella Engelke ran a 1:30 and 1:39 in the 400 Meter Dash.
Kynlyn Frayer ran a 3:25 in the 800 Meter Run and Nora Riedel ran a 10:27 in the 1600 Meter Run. For the relay races, the girls brought in a second place win in the 4×400 and two fourth place wins in the 4×100 and the 4×800.
Coach Toby Hollin had this to say about the seventh grades first track meet. “I always enjoy 7th grade meets. It’s a new experience for them. As a team, we always have room for improvement, but definitely a lot of potential for this group.” The Waldron 7th-grade Bulldogs will next compeet in Mansfield on March 25.